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    A nice change from the usual beef and beans casseroles, this stew uses ingredients I always have on hand. Filling and not too spicy. Use canned beans that have chili seasonings and peppers, such as Heinz.

    Recipe #174006

    This recipe comes from the Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook and it is the best lasagna recipe we have tried. I don't have any trouble finding the page in my cookbook because it has a few stains and looks worn compared to the other pages. The recipe doubles very easily, I use a 9x13x2-inch glass cake pan and it is always filled to the top. Definitely have to have some good crusty bread to sop up the bit of sauce that is left in the pan!

    Recipe #247474

    2 Reviews |  By Sage

    I enjoyed this wonderful chowder in Victoria BC and tried to reproduce it @ home.Wonderful! A tasty trick:Puré 1/2 can of the clams; it really adds to the taste.

    Recipe #169329

    I know there are several recipes on here for country fried steak. I didn't see any here the way I make mine, so I decided to post it. Please don't let the long list of instructions bother you, it’s easier than it looks. If you try it I hope you enjoy it! posted on January 27th 2006.

    Recipe #153874

    Haven't tried this yet...

    Recipe #273240

    very fudgy, easy to make for a sweet chocolately snack, loved by teenagers who come to my house.

    Recipe #250973

    When I was growing up, we NEVER called this dish a "Gratin" - it was always Cauliflower cheese and was invariably our main meal and NOT an accompaniment! My mother had to be very clever and thrifty in what she bought & cooked, and in the absence of meat on the table, she used cheese as the protein! This dish has become very "fashionable" again is served in many guises, Cauliflower Noisette, Cauliflower Gratin, Cheese and Cauliflower Bake...but to me, it will always be just Cauliflower Cheese, and it remains one of my favourite meals! I do serve it as an accompaniment now, but you have to be very careful what you serve it with, as it is very cheesy and rich. Alternatively, just have it as a main meal and serve some homemade bread and butter with it and maybe some salad or steamed spring greens! By the way, if you make a large batch, it freezes very well - either in small plastic containers or in zip lock bags; defrost and microwave to re-heat OR reheat over a Bain Marie. Try wherever possible to use English Mustard AND a good mature Cheddar cheese in the sauce, it DOES make a huge difference to the taste, and other types of mustards & cheeses do not work as well.

    Recipe #216237

    This is my all time favorite version of Chicken and Dumplings. Twenty years ago, my aunt gave me a casserole cookbook by Sunset and I found and fell in love with this recipe. Somewhere in my travels I lost the book and have been on a search for the recipe ever since. Well here it is (thanks to ebay!) and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. It is fairly thick, like a chicken stew- and the vegetables are replaced with white wine.

    Recipe #261177

    Have you ever posted a recipe and just love reading the reviews for it? This is my signature potato salad. Whenever there is a pot luck function at work, I am TOLD that I have to bring the potato salad. No one else is allowed to and I am never given a choice. Thank you everyone who ever tried this potato salad and for leaving such glowing reviews for it. You all have made me look so good. I personally can not stand eggs or raw onions, so I leave them out but I know most people don't think a potato salad is complete without them. Thanks again for so many wonderful reviews. (psssst....check out my recipe #123107 as well. It shares the dressing with this recipe but tastes much much different because of the different ingredients) Please see Recipe #242966 for bacon bit tips.

    Recipe #20155

    A simple and easy to whip up apple sponge cake; baked in a tray for easy serving - cut into bars or squares for picnics, school or office lunch boxes & for tea time treats! It is DIVINE served hot with cream,custard or ice cream for a great Autumn/Fall pudding. This type of cake is often called Dorset or Somerset Apple cake, but it is really quite popular in nearly all of the English counties, especially during apple harvest season. I have stipulated Bramley apples, which are English cooking apples - in the absence of these, any tart or sharp "Appley" flavoured or regional "cooking" apples will do.

    Recipe #189493

    When I think of comfort food, this is the first dish that comes to mind. This is one of my family's favorite dishes. I make it often, especially when it is cold and rainy outside.

    Recipe #142065

    I always liked this salad, thought it was yummy!

    Recipe #56506

    Potatoes, breakfast sausage, and cheese combine to make a hearty soup. I use reduced fat sausage so you don't have to drain off the fat. Great with cornbread and salad for a comfort food meal on a cold night.

    Recipe #213259

    4 Reviews |  By Zurie

    A slightly naughty but nice way with this veggie, which can be bland. This is delicious as snack, side dish, and especially to serve with hamburgers instead of french fries! Always make more than you think will be eaten, because it's always a hit! Here, I give quantities, but it's approximate. So is the time required. It's no problem slicing the zucchini earlier in the day and keeping it, covered, in a bowl, until needed. It absorbs very little oil and no deep oil cooking is required. Have some flaky sea salt handy ...

    Recipe #254777

    This is a comfort food recipe from my youth. And a excellent side dish.

    Recipe #97785

    This is the way that I’ve always made my potatoes and I needed a calorie count. Posted on November 2, 2005.

    Recipe #143683

    Just plain ol' good!!! This is actually my very own concoction, because my Grandma never usually measured when she cooked. :) But it definately tastes like my Grandma's and my Great Aunt's!

    Recipe #130569

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    These are great! They are kind of like a pork tenderloin sandwich, but made with a beef patty instead of pork. You can use precooked breaded beef patties or precooked breaded chicken-fried steak patties in this as well. Look for them in the freezer section (heat and eat).

    Recipe #275172

    Makes a very good busy day dinner. Serve with your favorite coleslaw and a side of cornbread. You can add more brown sugar if you like it a little more sweet.

    Recipe #130868

    This was my Aunt's recipe. I am always requested to bring this recipe for covered dishes. The taste is wonderful!

    Recipe #57718

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